MSc Programs in Clinical Psychology in Europe 2020
Msc stands for Master of Science. It is a postgraduate educational master's degree given by universities in a wide number of nations. The degree is typically studied for in the sciences and occasionally in the social sciences.
The study of clinical psychology can impart knowledge in psychological assessment, the scientific and theoretical foundations of psychology and intervention techniques. Students learn in a variety of settings such as classroom instruction as well as face-to-face practice and other fieldwork.
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Work towards a clinical career with children, or take the next step towards a doctorate. Gain an advanced academic understanding of developmental disorders and childhood
Work towards a clinical career with children, or take the next step towards a doctorate. Gain an advanced academic understanding of developmental disorders and childhood mental health; and investigate causes, assessment, classification and treatment.
Our course provides you with a strong foundation for research and will complement your professional clinical training. You’ll gain a comprehensive theoretical knowledge of the field, as well as the practical ability to design and evaluate clinical research programmes.
Specialist modules focus on diagnosis and treatment of different conditions, developmental psychopathology (including causes and impacts) and the broader issues surrounding psychological research....
This MSc course provides a dynamic and current perspective across the various areas of clinical applications of psychology. Specifically, it covers theories of psychopath
Choose Kingston's Clinical Applications of Psychology MSc
This MSc course provides a dynamic and current perspective across the various areas of clinical applications of psychology. Specifically, it covers theories of psychopathology from childhood to adulthood, and clinical applications of psychology in health and wellbeing. The course also covers basic counselling and cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) skills, as well as the professional issues relevant to clinical practitioners.
Please note that, although this course is anticipated to significantly enhance your knowledge of the clinical applications of psychology and therefore benefit your future career – be it in clinical training and practice, research or other related areas of psychology – it does not lead to a professional qualification as a clinical psychologist, nor does it guarantee entry to doctoral-level training in clinical psychology....
Nottingham Trent University School of Social Sciences
The MSc Psychology in Clinical Practice is an opportunity for you to explore the ways in which the science of psychology is applied to alleviating human distress through
This course is designed to provide you with a critical understanding of the theory and practice of clinical psychology and the organisational and social context of clinical psychology services. It aims to provide you with the academic skills to undertake research in a clinical setting and the experience of working within a mental health setting through six-month placements with a local clinical psychologist.
The course team consists of clinical practitioners and academics who have considerable experience working with or researching the people who access clinical psychology services across the UK.
What will you study?
The MSc Psychology in Clinical Practice consists of 180 credits completed within one academic year and each module in the course is compulsory. You will undertake a clinical research and practice placement alongside a range of taught modules....
University of Strathclyde: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
This course is for those interested in pursuing professional or research training in applied psychology at Doctoral level.
Why this course?
This course is for those interested in pursuing professional or research training in applied psychology at Doctoral level.
The classes that make up this course have been carefully developed to offer theory, knowledge and practical skills across the areas of clinical, health and neuropsychology, in addition to providing training in research methods.
The knowledge and skills you'll develop will substantially help you if you're aiming to take a PhD in a clinical or health-based area or want to become a Practitioner Psychologist.
You can study full-time over one year or part-time over two years. Single modules can be taken as part of Continuing Professional Development....
The programme will appeal to individuals interested in health or counselling psychology and to those who have a background in a healthcare setting.
Why study MSc Applied Clinical Health Psychology at Middlesex University?
This MSc provides you with the knowledge and skills relevant to understanding how psychology is applied to the care of the physically ill and how it can maximise the effectiveness of healthcare delivery. During the course you will study counselling skills; chronic illness and its management; working with patients in the healthcare system; health-related behaviour, addiction and treatment; public health, health promotion and behaviour change interventions; stress; and research methods.
This course is intended for those with or without a degree in psychology but without the Graduate Basis for Chartership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society (BPS) (normally obtained through completing a psychology degree in the UK). Those with GBC may prefer to apply for our BPS accredited MSc Health Psychology, which includes a placement....
The three year Master of Science degree programme in Clinical Psychology aims to integrate clinical, academic and research aspects of training. Upon completion of their t
Duration (years): 3
Qualification Awarded: Master of Science in Clinical Psychology
Level of Qualification: Master Degree (2nd Cycle)
Language of Instruction: English
Mode of Study: Full-time
Minimum ECTS Credits: 180
Profile of the Programme
The three year Master of Science degree programme in Clinical Psychology aims to integrate clinical, academic and research aspects of training. Upon completion of their training, students will be able to engage in an applied practice of clinical psychology with different populations. The programme also offers students the opportunity to design and conduct empirical research. A major aim of the programme is to cultivate in training clinicians an ethical professional identity that will guide their work as researchers and as practitioners....
The MSc in Applied Psychology: Clinical Psychology and Counselling is designed to help students work effectively as a clinical psychologist with clinical individuals and
A unique programme focusing on the applications of clinical psychology while at the same time enriching students’ counselling skills.
In-depth knowledge combining two fields of study: clinical psychology and counselling, with emphasis on cognitive behavioural therapy.
High-quality teaching from experienced academics and active professionals.
Access to a fully-equipped observation suite (with a one-way mirror and audio-visual recording) appropriate for focus groups, interviews, role-playing and observational studies.
Rooted in practice with the use of real-life examples, case studies and placement.
The MSc in Applied Psychology: Clinical Psychology and Counselling is designed to help students work effectively as a clinical psychologist with clinical individuals and other professionals, by acquiring the essential theoretical and empirical knowledge, as well as essential therapeutic counselling skills, emphasizing on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), to meet the profession’s demands. The programme covers theories and empirical evidence around mental health, disorders and psychopathology, neuropsychology and psychopharmacology. The programme stresses the understanding of psychological functioning, as well as ways of dealing with psychological dysfunction and disorders, on every-day functionality....
The University of Edinburgh - College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine
This 3-year part-time online MSc programme in Patient Safety and Clinical Human Factors aims to support any graduate health care professionals (ranging from nurses to sur
This 3-year part-time online MSc programme in Patient Safety and Clinical Human Factors aims to support any graduate health care professionals (ranging from nurses to surgeons and anaesthetists) in using evidence-based tools and techniques to improve the reliability and safety of everyday healthcare systems and processes.
Applicants for this degree will be looking to distinguish themselves as being experienced in patient safety and, in some may, looking to move towards specializing or taking a management lead in this field. The programme will draw on teaching materials from a global network of enthusiasts.
Year One will give a broad introduction into the current state of safety in healthcare, how harm comes to patients and a detailed understanding of clinical human factors, ergonomics....
The MSc in Psychology: Clinical Psychology has a strong emphasis on findings from (experimental) clinical research, and works with basic science embedded in clinical prac
Why do people keep on drinking too much alcohol even if they really want to quit? Why do some people hear voices that no one else can hear? What does disgust have to do with sex?
What is a panic attack? How effective is mindfulness for people who suffer from a major depressive disorder?
You will ask these and similar other questions during your master year Clinical Psychology. The program focuses on three important, inter-related topics:
Theory: a better understanding of psychopathology
Diagnosis: determining what is going on
Intervention: bringing about change
This master takes an evidence-based approach in that the course material covering these three areas is based on findings from (experimental) empirical research. You will learn how to apply scientific findings to clinical practice, and in turn, how experiences in the clinic can be translated to testable research questions....
The MSc in Psychology: Clinical Forensic Psychology & Victimology is the only international program that combines clinical forensic psychology and victimology, integr
Past victimization, previous offending, psychopathology, aggression, being male: Which of these variables might be the best predictor of future violent (re)offending?
And which variables might increase the chance of (re)victimization? How can interventions help to prevent crime? How can victims of violence and crime overcome their victimization?
If you are intrigued by questions about the psychology of violence and crime, and you are not satisfied with easy answers, consider entering the Master's degree program 'Clinical Forensic Psychology and Victimology'. In this program, we aim to understand acts of violence and crime from both the victims' and the offenders' perspective.
You will gain theoretical insight into the correlates of violence and crime and their consequences. Moreover, you will acquire practical skills to enable you to assess and intervene in both offender and victim contexts. Our unique integrative approach aims to highlight the many psychological nuances between the black-and-white of the victim and offender dichotomy....
In the MSc in Psychology: Clinical Neuropsychology, we offer a sound basis for working in the clinical field, or for a Ph.D. trajectory, under an international approach.
Neuropsychology: Cognition, emotion, and behavior as functions of the brain.
Clinical neuropsychology is a specialty discipline within psychology that is focused on the associations between the brain and neuropsychological functions, including cognition, emotion, and behavior. Clinical neuropsychology is particularly interested in the effects of brain disorders and other clinical conditions affecting the brain on these functions.
Disorders and conditions comprise acquired or congenital neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions in children, adolescents and adults, such as ADHD, autism, stroke, brain tumor, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, drug abuse, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, etc....
How can mental health problems such as depression, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and grieving problems best be studied and treated? How can we prevent
How can mental health problems such as anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and grieving problems best be studied and treated? How can we prevent them from occurring, improve treatment results and prevent relapse? You will address these and similar kinds of questions in the Master’s program in Clinical Psychology. You will acquire and develop fundamental knowledge of and skills in evidence-based psychotherapies and become familiar with prevailing research methods in the field of clinical psychology.
Driven by research and clinical experience
The lecturers from this Master’s program work in clinical practice and/or do state-of-the-art theoretical or applied research at Utrecht University. This integration of science and practice forms the basis of the teaching approach in this program....
What evidence is there to support the effectiveness of psychodynamic interpersonal therapy? How does Socratic questioning affect a client’s perspective of their difficult
What evidence is there to support the effectiveness of psychodynamic interpersonal therapy? How does Socratic questioning affect a client’s perspective of their difficulties? What does practitioner self-care look like?
Explore the Person-Centred therapeutic process, brief interventions, and different approaches to psychotherapy. Practise core therapeutic skills, from active listening to paraphrasing. And, reflect on practitioner resilience and self-care.
On this course, you’ll explore the theories behind therapeutic methods related to promoting psychological wellbeing, and develop practical skills.
You’ll study topics including the principles of therapeutic approaches (such as developing positive therapeutic relationships with clients and Person-Centred care), therapeutic strategies of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT (including cognitive restructuring), and cognitive analytic therapy....
Clinical Health Psychology aims to educate a competent psychologist with solid knowledge and skills in health promotion, rehabilitation and helping people with disorders
Clinical Health Psychology aims to educate a competent psychologist with solid knowledge and skills in health promotion, rehabilitation and helping people with disorders threw the psychological methods and procedures. Students learn and practice psychological counseling and psychological evaluation in various health disorders, improve communication and collaboration with other health care specialists.
Moreover, students have the chance to choose one of the 5 possible specializations: Onco-psychology, Neuropsychology, Children and family psychology, Rehabilitation psychology, Addiction psychology.
Clinical Health Psychology
MSc in Social Sciences
120 ECTS credits
4,500 EUR per year
Taught in English
The Master program "Psychology with focus on Clinical Psychology and Psychological Empowerment" trains graduates for whom a diverse field of activity awaits. Over the cou
The Master program "Psychology with focus on Clinical Psychology and Psychological Empowerment" trains graduates for whom a diverse field of activity awaits. Over the course of the five-semester regular study period, in-depth knowledge and skills in clinical psychology and psychological empowerment are combined with health, preventive and economic issues in an innovative and interdisciplinary manner.
The study program focuses on concrete exercises and reflection units, which recur to the solution of recurring social problems. But it also represents an excellent basis for in-depth training and further education in the field of clinical psychology as well as occupational and health psychology....